Imagine Christmas from the perspective of a dog, giraffe or polar bear. What are their wishes? It is exciting as well as a great learning opportunity to explore` wishlists from…
- Google App
- Literacy Centers
Looking for something exciting for a project based learning unit?
This resource focuses on the study of frogs. This is a lesson plan that
will guide you through the process of using biomimicry and steam
activities to inspire students to ask questions, study frogs and use
creative thinking to explore ideas.
These activities are fun and engaging. And great brain workout!
Use tadpoles, tree frogs or big toads as inspiration for design or problem-solving.
1. Why Teach Biomimicry
2. Getting Started Guide
3.How to Observe and Collect Information about frogs
4. Describe a frog
5. Frog poem.
6. Things I Love about frogs
7. Things I Love about toads
8. Frog shape poem
9. Foam nesting frogs – eggs
10.Tadpoles with sucker lips
11. Make a drawing of interesting body part
12. Tree frogs with sticky pads
13. Frogs good swimmers- frog robo
14. “Flying” frogs
15. Imagination challenge – shape shifting frogs
16. What if you could measure a crooked line?
17. Use “random” word as inspiration
18 .Word frog
19. Design word challenge
20. Design challenge hard and soft things
21. Frog vs Insect
22.Jump like a frog
23. Colorful frogs
24. Discover a new frog or toad
25. How to make a loud sound
26. Tiny frogs
27. Planning story writing – tiny frogs
28. Story writing – tiny frogs
29. Observation cards
30. How to use biomimicry in the classroom – inspiration and ideas
31. Links to videos and information
32. Two posters
This download is a PDF and is formatted in US Letter size. If you would
prefer an alternate sizing A4 or spelling (colour vs color etc.),
please leave me a note in the ‘ask a question section of my store’.